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    Thursday, October 24, 2019

    The Big Moves In U.S. Ocean Wind

    The future of US offshore wind: the top ten biggest projects; Nascent sector will grow from 30MW to several gigawatts over the coming years…

    Richard A Kessler, 22 October 2019 (ReCharge)

    In four short years, US offshore wind has transitioned from a 30MW five-turbine pilot project operating off Rhode Island to a potential major new source of clean, cost-competitive energy for the nation’s most populous coastal states…Industry forecasts suggest US offshore wind capacity could grow to as much as 16GW by 2030, although this will be influenced by multiple factors such as how fast projects can navigate through the regulatory process, supply-chain development, pricing and technology trends…Market interest is being driven by a surge in policy commitments [totaling 22 GW by 2035] by states along the eastern seaboard…[Competition at offshore acreage lease auctions] next year in New York and California are expected to generate record-high revenues for the federal government…

    …[The top ten U.S. offshore wind projects now in the works are (10) Icebreaker Wind, 20.7MW, in shallow Ohio-owned waters in Lake Erie facing the city of Cleveland…(9) Skipjack, 120MW, off the coast of Delaware…(8) South Fork, 130MW, off the coasts of Rhode Island and Massachusetts…(7) Marwind, 248MW, off Ocean City, Maryland…(6) Revolution Wind, 700MW, also off the coasts of Rhode Island and Massachusetts…(5) Vineyard Wind, 800MW, off Massachusetts’ Martha’s Vineyard…(4) Empire Wind, 816MW, off New York’s Long Island coast…(3) Sunrise Wind, 880MW, also off Long Island…(2) Ocean Wind, 1.1GW, off New Jersey’s coast…and (1) Dominion, 2.64GW, off the coast of Virginia, which] would be among the world’s largest…” click here for more

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